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ok first hi and thankyou for whoever is helping becuase support really dont give u answers lol...

 

ok i connect my ps3 with component cables to device usb to pc hdmi to tv, i set the ps3 as it should be and check everything except 1080p., and i get a picture but its flickering with lines it looks like. anyway here are my specs for everything hope someone can help me thank you..i also made a youtube video for the prob im have so u can also have visual.this flickering happens on tv an pc .

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ch2_bMXFuAo&feature=g-crec-u

 

 

PS3 fat

 

 

TV

 

LCD TV with Digital Crystal Clear

81 cm (32") Full HD 1080p digital TV

Picture/Display

• Display: LCD Full HD

• Diagonal screen size: 32 inch / 81 cm

• Panel resolution: 1920x1080p

• Aspect ratio: 16:9

• Brightness: 400 cd/m²

• Dynamic screen contrast: 100.000:1

• Response time (typical): 5 ms

• Picture enhancement: Digital Crystal Clear, 50 Hz,

Active Control + Light sensor

Sound

• Output power (RMS): 20W (2 x 10W)

• Sound Enhancement: Auto Volume Leveller, Clear

Sound, Incredible Surround, Treble and Bass

Control

Connectivity

• Number of HDMI connections: 2

• EasyLink (HDMI-CEC): System audio control,

System standby, One touch play, System info

(menu language)

• Number of component in (YPbPr): 1

• Number of scarts (RGB/CVBS): 1

• Number of AV connections: 1

• Number of USBs: 1

• Other connections: Antenna IEC75, Common

Interface Plus (CI+), Digital audio out (coaxial), PCin VGA + Audio L/R in, Headphone out

Multimedia Applications

• Multimedia connections: USB

• Video Playback Formats: H264/MPEG-4 AVC,

MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4

• Music Playback Formats: MP3

• Picture Playback Formats: JPEG

Convenience

• Electronic Program Guide: 8 day Electronic

Program Guide

• Ease of Installation: Channel installation wizard,

Settings assistant wizard

• Ease of Use: One-stop Home button, Onscreen

Usermanual

• Screen Format Adjustments: 4:3, Autofill,

Autozoom, Movie expand 14:9, Movie expand

16:9, Subtitle Zoom, Super Zoom, Unscaled,

Widescreen

• Teletext: 1000 page Smart Text

• Firmware upgradeable: Firmware auto upgrade

wizard, Firmware upgradeable via USB

Tuner/Reception/Transmission

• Digital TV: DVB-C MPEG2*, DVB-C MPEG4*,

DVB-T MPEG2*, DVB-T MPEG4*

• Video Playback: NTSC, PAL, SECAM

Power

• Mains power: 220-240V; 50Hz

• Ambient temperature: 5 °C to 35 °C

• Standby power consumption: 0.3W

• Power Saving Features: Eco mode, Eco settings

menu, Light sensor, Picture mute (for radio)

• Presence of lead: Yes*

• Power consumption: 120 W

Dimensions

• Box dimensions (W x H x D):

1000 x 610 x 160 mm

• Set dimensions (W x H x D):

796 x 508.4 x 93 mm

• Set dimensions with stand (W x H x D):

796 x 557.6 x 221.4 mm

• Product weight: 8.35 kg

• Product weight (+stand): 10 kg

• Weight incl. Packaging: 12.7 kg

• Compatible wall mount: 200 x 200mm

Accessories

• Included accessories: Power cord, Remote

Control, 2 x AAA Batteries, Table top stand, User

Manual, Quick start guide, Warranty Leaflet

 

 

computer specs are dxdiag file which is attatched

 

 

once again thankyou

DxDiag.txt

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I know EXACTLY what the problem is, because I had the same problem too. You're using cheap component cables, whereas you're supposed to use the OFFICIAL component cables.

 

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Not only do they eliminate the problems you're having, they also provide the clearest picture possible over component. What you're experiencing is a certain type of ground loop that happens mainly with cheap cables.

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